Saturday, April 4, 2009

Abundant support works!

Thanks so much for the support and prayers for my sister. It worked. I talked to her today and she felt the sunshine on her face and the calm enter her heart. Seriously, she felt the support of so many people thinking of her with loving thoughts and she didn't even know about this blog posting until I told her about it. I am always overwhelmed by the power of intention and loving-kindness. Please know that you are all in my heart and thoughts as well.

I am so grateful for you!

Namaste,

Jan

9 comments:

Intense Guy said...

Aw, that's wonderful news. :)

And another nice thing happened - well, for me anyway... Pleased to meet you.

Hey, you wouldn't by any chance know where this Martian-speaking, southern-drawing paranoid Chicken I have in my backyard came from do you? :) He says, "Ngali aƱdja ngurba!" and then runs!

Punkn said...

That is wonderful to hear! I hope you encourage your sis to start blogging. It is about as good for the soul as chicken soup.

Richard K. (Dick) Wright said...

Sounds like I'm a little late to add my support. It's good to know that your sis is feeling the warmth of the sunshine and of your love. The knowledge that we are not alone in our times of trouble is a medicine that no pharmacist can dispense.

Risa said...

Thank you all for the warm thoughts, prayers and feelings of support. I have felt it all weekend. Please keep it coming. It is going to be a long road ahead.

Love and best wishes for all of you!
Risa

lisalyn said...

What a blessing that your sister is doing better. One day at a time and good things will continue. Life is tough...but we cannot give up!

Thanks for the nice comment on my blog about Maci's party.
I'd love to do a party for you....but I HATE travel!! :) Come to ND and we're on. :)

bodaat said...

One word - YEY!!!

Chef E said...

We used to have a sign on our health food door that read namaste... I will still keep you two in my heart and thoughts!

rebel said...

My thoughts and prayers are with your sister. Sisters are too important to us to watch them hurt. It's very difficult. Glad she is doin' better.

PetalsYoga said...

Jan's Sis said...

Thank you all for your kind words, encouragement and support. I do have the greatest sister ever! She has helped weather the storm even thousands of miles away and your thoughts, prayers and support have truly helped.

It's another day on the East coast and we'll see what that day will bring. G-d willing it will be a little calm and peace and some moments of pure unadultuarated joy if possible!

Jan's sis
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April 7, 2009 6:03 AM